Transitioning from Paper with Electronic Content Management (ECM)

Enterprise Content Management systems, ECM, is an established technology that bridges the transition from paper records to  electronic forms. Perhaps due to unawareness of ECM technology, patient information continues to be scattered across paper records, electronic files, multiple applications, and disparate systems. Most EHRs cannot integrate this information to complete a patient’s medical history.

Sean Morris designs ECM systems that meet the unique needs of healthcare end-users, from solo physicians to multi-location health facilities.

Sean Morris designs ECM systems that meet the unique needs of healthcare end-users, from solo physicians to multi-location health system facilities.

That’s where ECM comes in. Digitech Systems, Inc., a software developer based in Greenwood, CO, serves international customers in many industries. The business offers electronic document management solutions that allow healthcare customers to retrieve any document, anywhere, anytime. It doesn’t matter in which enterprise or ambulatory system or in whatever application a patient’s information and record was generated.

Questions asked and answered in the podcast:

• Were EHR users’ expectations wrong?

• How can healthcare professionals’ gain time and control over information promised by EHR adoption?

• What’s required for physicians and hospitals to deliver quality of care to their patients?

• How do we get from here to there?

Podcast (13:15 Minutes) Transitioning from Paper to Electric Content Management.

Transitioning to Electronic Content Management

Listeners can reference previous a related post and podcast on this blog, Why Aren’t We Paperless Yet?, with Deborah Green, executive vice president of American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

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